7. Bremer eBook-Tag 7. Bremer eBook-Tag

Rauchmann, Sabine
October 2015
Bibliotheksdienst;Oct2015, Vol. 49 Issue 10/11, p1044
Trade Publication
Since 2006, the library service provider Missing Link has organized the Bremer eBook-Tag as a forum for exchanging knowledge and hands-on experiences about the acquisition of e-books. This year's event focused on patron-driven acquisition (PDA) and evidence-based selection (EBS). In addition, three publishing companies talked about their e-book strategies. This article provides an overview of the event and summarizes the presentations.


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